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  • Chennai, previously referred to as Madras, is comparatively a new urban centre, about 350 a long time old. The erstwhile villages of Mylapore, Triplicane, Ezhambur (Egmore), and so forth., all now a part of Chennai, possess a recorded historical past centuries older than Chennai. Chennai can be a gracious town that has a clear skyline, long sandy beaches, parks, historic landmarks and tourist infrastructural amenities which make it a convenient journey level or base to begin a tour of Tamil Nadu and South India.

  • Mahabalipuram that was formerly known as Mamallapuram is one of the most frequented tourism destinations in Tamilnadu, a province in India. Located at a distance of 58 km from Chennai, Mahabalipuram has every thing that helps make a web site memorable; custom, background, piety, western annals, and current significance as a centre of tourism.

  • Kanchipuram is one among the most sacred pilgrimage sites in India. The city has some of the most grand and majestic temples to sweep you off your feet, with their striking architectural marvel. These temples are not only sacred sites, but also a study of the architectural evolution within South Indian style of temple architecture. Kanchipuram housed thousand temples of which only 200 are extant. These temples are the epitome of flourishing Pallava art and architecture with the embellishments from the Chola, the Vijayanagara and Chalukyas kings

  • The fort of Thanjavur and maximum part of the recent palace built by the Raghu Natha Nayakar and Vijaya Ragava Nayakar. The famous name of the temple is RajaRajesuram and the earlier history says that the "Naimicharanya" hermits lived in the place where the temple was erected. The palace has huge corridors, spacious halls, observational and arsenal towers and shady court yards of this vast labyrinthine building in the centre of the old town.

  • The entire city of Madurai, is built around the Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple – the temple par excellence. Concentric rectangular streets surround the temple, symbolizing the structure of the cosmos.Many of the big and small temples around Madurai in Tamilnadu and the Muruga temple at Tirupparankundram are popular. The Gandhi Memorial Museum is one of the distinct places to be visited in Madurai.

  • Goddess Bhagavathi Temple in Kanyakumari is picturesquely located at the confluence of the three oceans - the Indian Ocean, the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea. Originally built by Pandyas, it was expanded later by Nayaks. The image of the Goddess in the sanctum looks serene and beneficent. The eastern gate of the temple facing the Bay of Bengal is opened only five times a year.